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Tailwinds and headwinds into 2018

ALL markets function on a heady mix between greed and fear. When the markets are bullish, the investors know no fear and regulators think they walk on water. When fear grips the markets, and everyone is staring at the abyss, all eyes are on the central banks whether they will come and rescue the markets.

What can we do about inequality?

Think Asian by Andrew Sheng
IN the last column, I asked why we were blind to inequality. The more important question is: what can we do about it?

Thriving in a disrupted world

Comment by NAZIR RAZAK
“CIMB is in good shape for the future, but, unfortunately, the future is not in good shape.”

Why are we blind to inequality?

Think Asian by Andrew Sheng
THE concept that human beings should be equal is very old. It was the fight against injustice and inequality between the French royalty and the citizens that drove the 18th century intellectual Jean-Jacques Rousseau to write “Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains.”

The real Thucydides Trap

THE year 2018 began with two leaders with nuclear capability arguing about whose button is bigger.

Bubbling through 2018

AS 2017 draws to a close, breaking out the champagne to celebrate the US tax cuts and record stock market prices suggest that bubbles will continue into 2018.

Khazanah names two deputy managing directors

PETALING JAYA: Khazanah Nasional Bhd has promoted two key executive directors as deputies to managing director Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar under a plan to groom internal candidates for the top job.

Khazanah Nasional appoints two deputy managing directors

KUALA LUMPUR: Khazanah Nasional has appointed Ahmad Zulqarnain Onn and Tengku Datuk Seri Azmil Zahruddin Raja Abdul Aziz as deputy managing directors with effect from Jan 1, 2018.

Re-thinking development

GIVEN massive social divisions and the disruptions from technology, what is the new development model?

Should Asians be financial leaders or followers?

Think Asian - By Andrew Sheng
HONG Kong this week celebrated the breaking of the Hang Seng Index 30,000 level, poised to break the peak of 31,958 set on Oct 30, 2007 that was the last hurrah before the global financial crisis.